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By News-Argus Staff
Published in Sports on December 15, 2005 2:06 PM

Rosewood's Shanita Monroe led the way with 11 points as the Eagles improved to 5-2 with a 53-27 win at home over Hobbton on Wednesday.

Clare Narron added 10 points for Rosewood, while teammates Courtney Hill and Kasie Braswell had nine and eight points, respectively.

Tracy Williams paced Hobbton with seven points.

Rosewood held the Wildcats to eight points at halftime, before leading 37-14 after three quarters.

The Eagles will look to avenge a loss earlier this season when they face Midway on Friday at home.

Hobbton 4 4 6 13 -- 27

Rosewood 11 10 16 16 -- 53


Tracy Williams 7, S. Williams 5, M. Ferrell 4, M. Roberts 2, R. Brown 5, T. Oates 4.


Courtney Hill 9, Shanita Monroe 11, Stephanie Rhodes 4, Clare Narron 10, Mary Jo Moore 2, Shantal Johnson 3, Kasie Braswell 8, Kasey Grey 6.

Varsity boys

Eagles suffer

home loss

Rosewood's Brantley Ellis paced three Eagles in double figures in a 60-50 loss at home to Hobbton on Wednesday.

The Wildcats jumped out to an 17-12 lead after the first quarter, then moved ahead 35-23 at the break. Rosewood outscored the visitors 27-25 after intermission.

Stephen McIntyre dropped in 11 points for Rosewood (0-7), while Kyle Bunn contributed 10.

Hobbton's Ty Teachey led all scorers with 20 points.

The Eagles host Midway on Friday.

Hobbton 17 18 17 8 -- 60

Rosewood 12 11 15 12 -- 50


Kenyon Stevens 10, Delanta Smith 12, Wayne Strickland 8, Ty Teachey 20, Lamar Lee 4, C.J. Oates 4, O. Newton 2.


Stephen McIntyre 11, Brantley Ellis 15, Kyle Bunn 10, Clarence Toran 4, Matt Spriggs 2, Dennis Jones 2, Holt Rains 6.

Hobbton avenges

loss to SCHS

NEWTON GROVE -- Spring Creek's Dalreese Bell pumped in 30 points with five rebounds and four steals as the Gators suffered a tough 71-68 loss at Hobbton on Tuesday.

Spring Creek (4-4) also got 21 points from Josh Wright, while Daniel Chewning added 10 points.

Kenyon Stevens posted a team-high 21 points for the Wildcats as teammates Wayne Strickland and Ty Teachey had 12 and 11 points, respectively. Hobbton suffered a one-point loss to the Gators earlier this season in Seven Springs.

The two non-conference foes combined to shoot 66 free throws. Spring Creek trailed by 12 after three quarters, but rallied back to outscore Hobbton 30-21 in the fourth quarter to pull within striking distance.

Three of Spring Creek's four losses have been by three points or less.

"We're six points away from being 7-1," Gators' coach Sonny Kilpatrick said.

Spring Creek 12 20 16 30 -- 68

Hobbton 13 13 24 21 -- 71


Dalreese Bell 30, Josh Wright 21, Daniel Chewning 10, David Harris 4, Desmund Raeford 2, Cliff Wilson 1.


Kenyon Stevens 21, Wayne Strickland 12, Ty Teachey 11, C.J. Oates 8, Delanta Smith 8.

JV boys

Eagles edge


Rosewood's Sean Corman led his team with 15 points as the Eagles posted a 57-55 win at home over Hobbton on Wednesday.

Bryan Jones added nine points for Rosewood, which improved to 3-4 on the season.

Hobbton's Joseph Williams scored a game-best 24 points for the Wildcats.

The Eagles host Midway on Friday.

Saints tally

road win

SMITHFIELD -- Southern Wayne's Justin Mitchell scored 15 points and pulled down nine rebounds for the Saints in a 50-44 win at Smithfield-Selma on Tuesday.

Silonte Thompson and Paris Armwood added 10 points each for the Saints (3-3), who travel to Goldsboro on Friday. Daquan Braswell added 10 boards for Southern Wayne.


Charles B. Aycock's boys basketball team's record was incorrectly listed at 1-8 in Wednesday's story. The Golden Falcons are currently 2-7 heading into today's game at Northern Nash. The News-Argus apologizes for the error.